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A Day With Law Enforcement - Episode 1–
See what happens when Giselle and Jayden spend a day with Law Enforcement.
Teen charged with making racist threats in Charlottesville–
Violence is not welcomed in Charlottesville," the police chief said. "Intolerance is not welcomed in Charlottesville."
Case study: How bar codes boosted productivity for one Texas sheriff’s office–
Switching to an automated bar code evidence management system is making input and retrieval faster and easier for the Comal County Sheriff’s Office
Armed park rangers coming to KC parks, community centers–
Kansas City hasn't had rangers in its parks in about 30 years, but when kids get out of school next year, the city hopes to have six officers ready
Tenn. PD receives new custom winter coats, gift cards from community–
The gift of 75 coats embossed with the Mt. Juliet police patch each included a $50 gift card just in time to keep officers on their beats warm for winter
Texas cop donates therapy dog to family of slain officer–
Officer Danny McWilliams gifted a therapy dog to the family of Officer Matt Edwards, who died after being shot six times
11 fantastic discounts for law enforcement officers–
Many merchants offer special discounts to LEOs as a "thank you" for their service
Remembering Lt. Aaron W. Allan–
A moving video featuring Lt. Allen's funeral and procession.
Where online meets offline: Protecting communities one Community MeetUp at a time–
The shared effort keeps local buyers and sellers safe
Which opioids are Americans Googling the most?–
PoliceOne looked at Google Trends data to discover which opioids are most often researched.
By the numbers: Deciphering gun death rates in America–
How statistics on gun ownership, police presence and mental illness providers correlate to the total number of gun deaths in the nation
5 common crimes committed by sovereign citizens–
Law enforcement must understand the sovereign citizen movement, and be able to identify specific components that make up the movement, in order to protect themselves.
Why I wear the badge–
#WhyIWearTheBadge is a campaign designed to highlight the diversity and commitment of the law enforcement profession. The badge is a symbol of courage, strength, and integrity. So why do hundreds of thousands of men and women wear the badge each day?
2 Seattle officers help 500 underprivileged kids find a comfortable bed–
The Beds for Kids program was started by Seattle Police Officers Jeremy Wade and Ryan Gallagher in 2014 after they personally purchased beds for two girls who had been sleeping on the floor
10 police-themed books for your kids–
Next time you select a book for you child, consider these LEO-themed reads.
Officer proposes to girlfriend at swearing-in ceremony–
After Manuel Matos was introduced, he popped the question to his girlfriend.
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